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  • Now I feel like I should have some kind of conclusionary bullet.

    Not A Folk Singer

  • He sets it up as a difference between freedom-loving Americans versus freedom-destroying Europeans which, of course, is highly conclusionary.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Murderers’ Right to “Privacy” vs. Freedom of Speech

  • Words such as "if", in my opinion ... i.e., anything that speaks against making a conclusionary statement about someone or some legal entity is, perhaps, the way to go.

    The Awfulness of Sex Addiction.

  • And, as soon as we know the facts, we can stop all the conclusionary statements, that it's a big mess, that it's a purge, without really knowing exactly what happened.

    CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2007

  • The remarks of Sheera Strick are conclusionary with no evidence in support being adduced.

    Who Wins Custody in Contested Divorce Cases?

  • Yet the evidence they adduce for this proposition is ambigous, anecdotal, and conclusionary.

    Who Wins Custody in Contested Divorce Cases?

  • But we cannot have a debate, because you assume conclusionary statements as true such as this one from your comment: ". . . given the fact that Bush started and sent people off to war for a stated cause that was wrong."

    Bush Lied Revisited

  • One of the seminal characteristics of those on the left is to assume an orthodoxy that is conclusionary, beyond debate and assumptive of a litmus test that implies that anyone disagreeing is flawed.

    Bush Lied Revisited

  • People think it's partisan and people like myself who think it is part of hopefully a conclusionary effort by the commission that will give a good report to the Congress and to the administration, get to lessons learned, and get to answering some of the real systemic problems that we have found in the Senate Intelligence Committee in regard to the intelligence community.

    CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2004

  • Weak and conclusionary are not even adequate to descibe the poor old dear.

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